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I had to sleep in my clothes all night and with socks on as the room was so cold, there was a radiator with no controls. Room very basic, although clean and with tea and coffee facilities. I wouldn't go there again.
Stayed one night, no greeting just key left in envelope on window ledge. Written instruction with room number, told breakfast served 7.30am to 9.30am Continental and 8.30am to 9.30am Full Irish. I receive phone call that day asking which breakfast I would prefer. I chose...More
This is a classic example of daylight robbery, the Irish Government reduced VAT on Accomadation to encourage Irish Tourism. Dun Laoghaire is no longer a tourism hotspot in Dublin. The B&B is clean and the young lady is extremely pleasant but the Accomadation is too...More
This is very good value and is in a great location. There was gracious welcome and you were given all the information that you would need. it was so easy to walk down to the shops and to the waterfront. It was a very quiet...More
We stayed here (two rooms - double and a single) last minute for a rugby game at Dublin's Aviva Stadium. The rates were excellent.
We arrived early as we had taken the midnight ferry to Rosslare and then drove up to Dun Laoghaire. Anna welcomed...More
US$65 - US$112 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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